U.S. Reopens To Air Travel Arrivals From 33 Foreign Countries

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The U.S. lifted a pandemic travel ban on foreign arrivals Nov. 8, paving the way for a meaningful restart of international air travel that will restore a large chunk of missing revenues for legacy airlines. Announced in March 2020 by the Trump administration, the U.S. travel restrictions have...

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